AP Bio please watch the 14 min webcast on titled "Introduction to Webcasts" for homework.
Welcome students! The blog tab is my avenue of communication to you, the student. It is here that I will post homework, updates and other notes of importance. It is expected that you check this periodically, once a day or every other day. Have a great year...Mo Jr.
I divided the webcasts into semesters because it was taking along time to load and upload. Semester one contains units 1 thru 6, semester two 7 thru 12. Look for the 2nd and 3rd parts of photosynthesis in the next day or two.
Hope your break has been relaxing.It is the last day of 2013 and time to start thinking about our next unit (7). I have not done any school work up until today but that will change from here on out. I have made our new schedule for the 3rd nine weeks look for it in the student/parent tab. I am expecting that all you watch or read ALL the unit 7 material before you return. We will have one week of questions and formatives and then the exam. At this moment the cell communication webcast is not yet complete and uploaded but I expect that to change in the next few days. Also for those of you who read this would you please post of facebook, tweet, text or call all your friends so that the word might spread, thanks
Congrats to Vivian she posted the first grades in both the unit one exam and the lab. Also congrats to Sneh and his crew of guys who completed the first wet lab and are attempting the A level.
On a more important note, I need ALL students and parents to read and sign the Lab safety contract under the Students and Parents tab. This needs to be done ASAP!
Well it did not take long, tomorrow we have a fire drill and Thursday is a half day. As a result your entire week has been cut down to a little over 2 hours of class time. This is where you must be proactive and do work each and everyday so that on Monday you hit the ground running.
The next group of outlines are as follows: 16.2, 16.3,17.2 (eukaryotic only), 17.3, 17.4(eukaryotic only), 17.5, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, 18.5, 20 (all)
The guided readings are of course due. I will collect them soon.
I have posted genetic problems I, II and III each with a different topic. I suggest that you start working on these. Please not that each question has roughly three sub parts I did this intentionally. So that you could do all "a" sub parts. Then you could choose to do another if you miss part "a" or save parts "b" and "c" for test review or if you feel confident then do no more! Here is the thing, it took me so long to write the questions that I have not yet made the answer key. Here is my suggestion, work together or compare answers after you have completed the work. I can always do the ones that you as a group disagree on or struggle with. Unfortunately that is the best I can offer at this point in time, lets see how it goes
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.